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Reports to: President and CEO
FSLA Classification: Full-time, exempt
The Director of Community Grants Program collaborates with the President & CEO to ensure that The Research Foundation’s programs are fully aligned with mission, vision, and guiding principles of The Research Foundation. The program director will also work in collaboration with other Foundation staff to ensure outcomes and impact of grants made through the Community Grants Program meet established goals. The Director of Community Grants Program will review and recommend grant proposals, manage active grants, complete grant reports, and seek out and identify opportunities to advance The Research Foundation’s grant funding priorities. This position will also be asked to help with other projects not associated with the Community Grants Program.
Apply by sending a cover letter and your resume to Megan Hartwig Hayes at email@example.com.
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The Research Foundation’s donors and supporters captured the importance of nursing on Saturday, November 4 at the 15th Research Royal Dinner & Auction, Portraits of Nursing. The event raised more than $180,000 for The Research Foundation’s nursing student scholarship program.